There are many reasons to join APM. Great technical information is just one of them.

APM members have access to a wealth of technical information. The APM Body of Knowledge 6th edition provides the foundation for the successful delivery of projects, programmes and portfolios across all sectors and industries. The APM Competence Framework enables you to benchmark your current level of knowledge and experience to help you identify your development needs. APM members also enjoy a substantial discount of over 75% on the International Journal of Project Management, which provides a source of worldwide expertise in techniques, practice and research.

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Along with great technical information, APM membership can also  improve your career prospects and offers professional status and recognition. APM members will receive a free subscription to the industry-leading Project journal as well as exclusive discounts off other APM publications, be able to gain CPD by participating in leading-edge APM events and benefit from discounts on APM internationally recognised qualifications.

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APM is the largest professional body of its kind in Europe with over 22,350 members, ranging from students up to experienced practitioners and academics. So, to make it easy for you to join your peers and steer your career in exciting and new directions APM have developed a range of membership grades. There will be a membership grade that will suit everyone including Student, Associate, Full member and Fellow.

Choose the APM membership grade that suits you

If you are looking to join APM as a Student, Associate or Full member then you can apply online today. Simply register on the APM website, login, and then follow the link to join. If you want to join as a Fellow member then simply download the application form and guidance notes, assemble the relevant information and evidence to support your application, and return it to APM

Once you know which grade suits you then please check the membership subscription rates, which are tax deductable. It may be worth checking with your employer whether they will pay professional membership subscriptions for you.